Australia records zero COVID-19 cases for first time since June 9

Australia records zero COVID-19 cases for first time since June 9

Australia recorded no new local daily coronavirus community infections on Sunday for the first time since June 9, Health Minister Greg Hunt said.

“The 1st national zero community transmission day since June 9. Thank you to all of our amazing health & public health workers & above all else the Australian people,” Hunt said on Twitter.

The state of Victoria, a coronavirus hot spot, saw zero new daily infections and no deaths for the second day.

Australia has reported more than 27,500 coronavirus cases since the pandemic started. Australia on Friday warned its citizens not to travel to the United States due to the risk of protest violence and Covid-19.

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